Growing support for gun rights, and groaning scoundrels who despise the trend

Starvin Larry

Never doubt the linguistic and logical limberness of professionally coached anti-gun activists.

People in gun control circles are circling their wagons in reaction to a recent Pew Research report definitively showing that more Americans support the Second Amendment than support gun control. Pew’s multi-decade survey on gun control again asked one basic question (among others), namely: “What do you think is more important – to protect the right of Americans to own guns, OR to control gun ownership?” Since any form of gun ownership control is an infringement of the right of Americans to own guns, it is a succinct and reasonably worded question. In the most recent instance of this survey, six percent more Americans think that protecting gun owner rights is more important than enacting gun control.

This isn’t the first time the majority has favored rights over restrictions…

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One Response to Growing support for gun rights, and groaning scoundrels who despise the trend

  1. Ray Ficara says:

    WHY is anyone surprised? We have 110 million gun owners and only 160 Americans eligible to vote.

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